CHEMTEMP Logo - Custom CompoundingCHEMTEMP® Is based on Dupont’s “Viton® Extreme” or Viton® ETP family of polymers. The CHEMTEMP® series is a family of high performance seal compounds that bridges the gap between polymer families. The unique polymer structure of Ethylene, Tetrafluoroethylene and Perfluoromethylvinylether give CHEMTEMP® the broadest fluid resistance of any fluoroelastomer. This unique compound combines the chemical compatibility characteristics of Aflas® and Viton® into one compound. It’s functional temperature range is from -20°C to over 200°C, giving it better low temperature sealing properties than any other perfluoroelastomer.

Rainier Rubber Company was one of the first companies in the early 1980s to recognize the value of the Viton® ETP offerings. When perfluoroelastomers are over engineered give CHEMTEMP® and evaluation. So often a perfluoro is specified because nothing else will work. CHEMTEMP® custom compounding fills that performance gap between fluorocarbon and Perfluoro at a fraction of the cost. CHEMTEMP® is well established in the Semiconductor and our Ultra Clean formulation brings metals contamination to the lowest levels of any fluorocarbon based polymer. Contact us today for information on the attributes of 2007UC-75.

CHEMTEMP® is also found in literally tens of thousand of HVLP spray guns manufactured around the world, they are original equipment in domestic as well as offshore OEMs. CHEMTEMP®s solvent resistance is the key to this unique compounds sucess in this demanding market.

When To Use CHEMTEMP® custom compounding

  • Applications where a perfluoroelastomer would be over-engineering.
  • Upgrading from conventional fluoroelastomers like Viton®, Fluorel, or Aflas®.
  • Aggressive mixed process streams where conventional products are inadequate.
  • Complicated shapes or custom molded seals.
  • The processing and handling of new automotive fuel additives and oxygenates such as TAME, ETBE and MTBE.
  • Paint Spray applications where fluorocarbon seals fail and perfluoroelastomer seals are too expensive.